Why Us



Biogas technology is a particularly useful system in the South Africa’s rural and urban economy and can fulfill several end uses. The gas is useful as a fuel substitute for fire woods, coal, dried cattle dung, agricultural residues, petrol, diesel and electricity, depending on the nature of the task, and local supply conditions and constraints, thus supplying energy for cooking, lighting and heating. The use of biogas in rural city councils sewage facilities, prisons services, boarding schools, rural hospitals, etc… can help cut cost on the ever increasing electricity bills and
provide a significant contribution in alleviating the electricity load on the national energy transmission grid.

Drivers for Successful Project Execution

1. Alignment of Goals - We endeavour to establish a cooperative environment with commitment to common goals.
2. Clearly Defined Project Scope - The importance of complete and unambiguous project goals and a project scope cannot be over emphasised - it sets the direction for all subsequent work, costs and timeframes at a given quality level.
3. Form of Contract - The party’s needs are interrogated to ensure selection of the best contacting model for the project participants. Contracting models include; EPC EPCM
4. Project Team Development & Integration - We believe that developing a project is a
collaborative effort requiring an integrated team with members from the client, ourselves
and specialist service providers. Each team member should have very clearly defined roles
and responsibilities based on their competences and what they individually bring into the
partnership as defined in their scope of works.
5. Joint Risk Management - The Client is ultimate owner of all project risks, since those risks are transferred and paid for according to the contracting model deployed. Adoption of a joint
risk management approach focuses on addressing risks and finding cost effective solutions
rather than trading blames or passing bulk.
6. Strong Leadership - Clear and visible leadership that is sensitive to the culture and
philosophy of project participants is vitally important.
7. Open Honest Communications - The formulation and agreement of project aligned goals
and establishment of the Integrated Project Team with acceptance of joint risk management
promotes open and honest communication as it fosters the belief that all individuals are members of the team and that the entire team is focused on achieving the project aligned goals.